new dev banking (aiibnews) is major brainstorming point at all 3 of these summits -while aiib connects 100 national delegations -the other 2 summits involve smaller clusters of national leaders in debate with xi jinping and india's leaders - the nations whose third of the world's population demanded new dev banking
moreover brics in brazil 2014 was first world summit xi jinping launched belt road mapping at )brics updates include brics september 2018 follows brics china 2017)
SCO transcripts overall declaration .. june india
to turn mutual borders into borders of lasting peace and friendship
The Member States believe that the development of the services industry and trade, the support of microbusiness, as well as small and medium-sized business and stimulation of e-trade within the SCO are very important for the development of the economy, and the growth of employment and prosperity of the population. The Member States stand for the further development of a legal and contractual basis in these areas
The Member States emphasise the importance of deepening regional economic cooperation in order to ensure their sustainable social and economic development, including through the use of the potential of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific in the key areas of its activity, including transport, energy, trade and IT. They stress the need to implement the relevant SCO documents aimed at developing regional economic cooperation. In this connection, the Member States note the results of the SCO Business Forum held on 6 June 2018 in Beijing with the participation of the SCO business communities, observers and dialogue partners, and supported the planned hosting of the International Import Expo in November 2018 in Shanghai. The Member States note the importance of cooperation between the scientific, research and analytical centres of the SCO Member States on economic issues. The Member States are in favour of further strengthening practical cooperation in banking and finance, including for the purpose of studying the prospects of expanding the use of national currencies in trade and investment. They noted the relevance of boosting exchanges in financial control and management, interaction in the balanced macroeconomic governance and control over financial agencies in order to provide easy access and fair conditions for financial structures and service networks. In order to finance the implementation of joint SCO projects, the Member States are boosting interaction within multilateral banking and financial organisations operating in the region, including the SCO Interbank Consortium, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the New Development Bank, the Silk Road Fund, the China-Eurasia Economic Development Fund and others. The Member States will continue to look for common approaches to creating the SCO Development Bank and the SCO Development Fund. The Member States note the importance of promoting multilateral cooperation in transportation and increasing the transit and communications potential of the region, including by building new and upgrading existing sections of international transport routes, by developing road and rail systems, including fast highways, by creating multimodal logistics centres, by introducing cutting-edge and innovation technology, by simplifying and enhancing the standards of automation in border, customs, sanitary and other systems used to control the movement of goods across the Member States’ borders, and also by implementing joint infrastructure projects. In this context, the Member States note the importance of implementing the Intergovernmental Agreement on International Road Transportation Facilitation (Dushanbe, 12 September 2014) and of the continued efforts to draft a programme for road development in the SCO Member States. The Member States support the initiative to hold the first meeting of the heads of the SCO Member States’ rail administrations in Uzbekistan aimed at promoting transport accessibility and connectivity. The Member States welcome the High-Level Special Event of the SCO and UNESCAP, titled Towards Regional Transport Connectivity (Bangkok, 23 November 2017). The Member States welcome the creation of the SCO Heads of Region Forum to promote interregional cooperation and take note of the proposal to hold the forum’s first meeting in Chelyabinsk, the Russian Federation, in 2018. The Member States point out the potential of coordinating international, regional and national development projects and strategies for stimulating cooperation in the interests of economic development based on the principles of respect, equality and mutual benefit, for encouraging investment and transport ties, promoting energy cooperation, strengthening the agricultural industry, introducing innovation and ensuring employment in the SCO space. Reaffirming their support for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) of the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Member States express appreciation for the joint efforts taken towards its implementation, including efforts to coordinate the development of the Eurasian Economic Union and the BRI and call for using the potential of the regional countries, international organisations and multilateral associations to create a broad, open, mutually beneficial and equal partnership in the SCO space. The Member States emphasise the importance of promoting and deepening mutually beneficial cooperation and the exchange of knowledge, information and best practices in the area of information and communication technology, including digital technology, to the benefit of economic and social development of the SCO Member States. Keeping in mind the importance of preserving an environmental balance in the SCO space and restoring biodiversity in the interests of future generations, and creating favourable conditions for people’s lives and sustainable development, the Member States have adopted the Concept for SCO Member States’ Cooperation in Environmental Protection. The Member States highly assess the initiative of the Republic of Tajikistan, which has been declared by UN General Assembly Resolution 71/222 of 21 December 2016 as International Decade for Action on Water for Sustainable Development (2018-2028). They welcome the holding of a High-level International Conference on the Water Action Decade under UN auspices (Dushanbe, 20-22 June 2018). They call for supporting the draft resolution of the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly on a midterm review of the implementation of the Decade, which is aimed at facilitating the attainment of sustainable development goals and tasks in the sphere of water management. The Member States express a willingness to stimulate exchanges and cooperation to prevent and combat cross-border epidemic outbreaks of animal diseases, provide access to quality agricultural products and use quarantine for purposes of food security. They emphasise the need to take practical measures towards this end, including the drafting of a programme of cooperation in this area. The Member States call for strengthening cooperation in innovation activities. They point out the importance of coordinating the SCO Member States’ approaches in innovation politics, including the creation of an innovative ecosystem, technology platforms, innovation clusters and high-tech companies, and by implementing joint innovation projects. The Member States stress the crucial significance of the further development of cooperation in customs, agriculture and telecommunications, as well as in micro-, small and medium-sized business. The Member States will work consistently to tap the potential of the SCO Business Council and SCO Interbank Consortium (SCO IBC) in order to implement joint projects in finance, high-technology, transport and communication infrastructure, energy and investment. In this context, the Member States welcome the efforts of the SCO IBC to attract new members. V The Member States will continue their productive bilateral and multilateral cooperation in culture, education, science, technology, healthcare, tourism, crafts, environmental protection, youth exchanges, the media and sport for the sake of mutual enrichment and closer relations between people. Based on the Agreement Between the Governments of the SCO Member States on Cooperation in Culture, which was signed in Bishkek on 16 August 2007, the Member States will continue to facilitate the development of cultural ties within the SCO, as well as better mutual understanding between people with more respect for the cultural traditions and customs of the Member States; preserve and encourage cultural diversity; hold international festivals and competitions; expand ties between musicians, theatres, artists, film-makers, archives, museums and libraries; and also develop cooperation in studying and preserving the nature and cultural heritage of the entire region, including along the historical Great Silk Road. In keeping with the above, the Member States praise the decision to hold the 3rd World Nomads’ Games in the Kyrgyz Republic in September 2018. The Member States also noted the importance of holding the events under The SCO: Our Common Home project at the SCO Secretariat, as well as open days, conferences and roundtable discussions that involve youth. The Member States welcome the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Between the SCO Secretariat and UNESCO, which reflects the aspiration of these international organisations to develop constructive cooperation in the humanitarian area, including with the aim of raising awareness of culture and cultural achievements, as well as the historical heritage of the SCO Member States. The Member States hail the work of the International Congress of Women from the SCO and BRICS countries that was held in Novosibirsk on 2-4 July 2017, and the Women and the SCO forum held in Beijing on 15-17 May 2018, pointing to good prospects for this area of cooperation. The Member States will encourage media cooperation and in connection with this note the SCO Media Forum held in Beijing on 1 June 2018. The Member States, while acknowledging the importance of sport as an effective factor in promoting dialogue between people of different countries, believe that sport should be separated from politics. They believe that the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, the international Wushu competition in Chongqing on 18-19 May 2018, regular SCO marathons, and International Yoga Day held annually will contribute to stronger friendship, peace, mutual understanding and harmony. The Member States continue to implement the Agreement Between the Governments of the SCO Member States on Cooperation in Education in order to expand education exchanges and jointly prepare highly skilled personnel. Based on the principle of mutual respect, the SCO Member States will further develop practical cooperation in teacher and student exchages, joint scientific work, academic visits, foreign language-learning courses, professional education and youth exchanges. The Member States point to the need to cooperate in various areas, such as building the potential for fast response in emergency healthcare; ensuring the sanitary and epidemiological safety of the population; fighting against the distribution of counterfeit medical products; countering the spread of infectious diseases; preventing and monitoring chronic diseases; conventional medicine and pharmaceutics; medical education and research; implementing joint programmes for promoting global development; medical service and medical staff exchanges; ensuring safety and high quality food in order to jointly protect public health; providing incentives for the development of healthcare; and promoting innovative cooperation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also held bilateral talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the SCO summit to be held in China’s Qingdao on June 9-10 -see 2017 astana decaration
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The Straits Times-Dec 10, 2017
China will prepare for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit to be held in Qingdao, Shandong province, in June (2018) and the first China International Import Expo in November in Shanghai
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit (SCO) 2018 will be held in coastal city of Qingdao in East China's Shandong province, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Saturday.
Wang made the remarks while addressing a keynote speech at a seminar on global situation and China's diplomacy held in Beijing.
China plans good preparations for the SCO summit, which is expected to create more consensus between China and the neighboring nations, Wang said, adding that the summit is going to boost forces for regional cooperation.
Sun Zhuangzhi, secretary-general of the SCO Research Center affiliated to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told China Daily that the selection of Qingdao as the host city reflects China's advocacy of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Qingdao has both land connection with Europe through railways and maritime connection with other countries, he said, adding that the city plays an important role in building the Belt Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. more at
- China seeks to forge community of shared future with fellow SCO countries
rime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping. PTI file photo
With New Delhi and Beijing trying to mend bilateral ties, 2018 may turn out to be the fourth consecutive year that would see Prime Minister Narendra Modi visiting China.
Narendra Modi is likely to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation's (SCO) summit which Chinese President Xi Jinping will host in Qingdao on the east coast of China in June this year, sources in New Delhi told DH on Monday.
Modi already visited China thrice since taking over in May 2014. He visited Xian, Beijing and Shanghai during his first bilateral visit to China in May 2015. He visited Hangzhou in east China in September 2016 to attend the G20 summit. He again visited Xiamen in southeastern China to attend the BRICS (a bloc comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit in September 2017.
The prime minister's visit to China in May 2015 has so far been his only bilateral visit to the Communist country. He had meetings with Xi and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during the visit. He also had bilateral meetings with Xi on the sidelines of G20 and BRICS summits in China in 2016 and 2017.
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